Charlton owner Roland Duchâtelet sacked the club's manager Chris Powell on Tuesday morning.
Powell took on the job in 2011 before leading the club to promotion to the Championship. However, the club has endured a difficult season and are currently bottom of the division.
Football pundits and former colleagues of Chris Powell have reacted with shock at the news he has been sacked as Charlton manager.
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It's lucky number seven for The O2 Arena which has been deemed Pollstar's International Venue of the Year for 2014.
The North Greenwich stage scooped the award - which has sat on its mantlepiece every year since opening in 2007 - after selling more tickets than any other music stage in the world.
Evan Davis' Mind the Gap continues tonight on the BBC looking at how London compares with the other great cities of the UK. But to what extent is it really soaring ahead?
See the results below.
Fancy a Champagne reception, a three-course lunch and a natter with Harry Redknapp?
Boisdale of Canary Wharf is selling tickets for the lunchtime question and answers session with the former West Ham and Tottenham manager and now Queens Park Rangers boss on April 10 for £155 a head.
Companies at the cutting edge of the tech world will be welcomed to the Olympic Park's cluster in summer 2015 for a huge festival, it has been announced.
1. Beat your friends on the go karting track
TeamSport has opened its latest go karting track and it's on the river in Greenwich.
Charlton's FA Cup dream ended in Sheffield after two second-half goals in the space of a minute saw a rampant United side through to the semi-finals at Wembley.
At an electric Bramall Lane it was United, bursting with confidence on the back of an eight game winning run, who started stronger.
There's a reason they call the Cheltenham Festival the Greatest Show on Turf. Because that is exactly what it is.